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Full text of "The Fabricator : New Bedford Textile School yearbook"

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CLASS OF 




CLASS OFFICERS 

DONALD J. LeBLANC President 
DAVID COAKLEY Vice-President 
MARGARET MENDOZA, Secretary 
KENNETH DE REGO Treasurer 



N. B. I. T. 



.ECTRICAL ENGINEERING 
ECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
lXTILE CHEMISTRY 
]XTILE DESIGN AND FASHION 
SXTILE MANUFACTURING 
^XTILE TECHNOLOGY 
CXTILE TECHNICIAN 





NEW BEDFOR 
INSTITUTE 

OF 
ECHNOLOGY 




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BOARD OF 
TRUSTEES 

CHAIRMAN 
John Vertente, Jr. 

VICE-CHAIRMAN 
William E. King 

SECRETARY OF BOARD 
Mrs. Ida Epstein 

EX-OFFICIO: 

Dr. Owen B. Kiernan 
Francis J. Lawler 
Miss Ruth B. McFadden 
Charles V. F. DeMailly 
Gerald Y. Murphy 
Joseph A. Dancewicz 
Nils B. Nelson 
Charles B. Dugdale 
Clarence G. Bowman 
Joseph Dawson, Jr. 
John A. Shea 
George E. Carignan 
Dr. John B. O'Toole, Jr. 
Mrs. Lydia B. Nunes 
Joseph M. Souza 



ADMINISTRATION 



PRESIDENT Dr. John E. Foster 

DEAN OF FACULTY James L. Giblin 

DEAN OF STUDENTS Augustus Silva 

DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS Warren M. Holt 

PLACEMENT DIRECTOR James A. Flanagan 

PRINCIPAL CLERK AND TREASURER 

Mrs. Mary F. Makin 

SENIOR BOOKKEEPER Mrs. Cecilia Zeitler 

SENIOR CLERK Mrs. Estelle M. Dowd 

JUNIOR CLERK Miss Irene L. Arguin 

JUNIOR CLERK Mrs. Irene Kinney 

LIBRARIAN Miss Claire N. Riley 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Francis Tripp 

DIRECTOR OF BOOKSTORE Louis J. Robitaille 







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JAMES L. GIBLIN 



Dean James L. Giblin has served our school as a faculty member 
and department head for twenty years. During these years Dean 
Giblin was head of the Department of Textile Design, and Placement 
Director for a number of years, and he presently serves as head of 
the Department of Textile Engineering and Dean of Faculty. Recog- 
nized and respected in the field of textiles, Dean Giblin has put his 
knowledge of industry, especially in the textile field, to use for the 
benefit of Tech students. Always ready to lend assistance, Dean Giblin 
has gained the respect and admiration of the student body. 

The Class of 1959 dedicates the 1959 Fabricator to Dean James 
L. Giblin for his untiring efforts to benefit the New Bedford Institute, 
its faculty, organization, and student body. 

Mary Louise Silva 
Hartley S. Gurney 

Co-Editors 




To the members of the Class 
of 1959. 

Many of you — perhaps 
most of you — don't know 
what the future holds in store 
for you. My own life has been 
full of surprises, and I suspect 
many of yours will be too. 
You have partially prepared 
for these surprises and the op- 
portunities they will present 
by completing your under- 
graduate education, and, I 
hope, having developed to the 
full the basic skills and abil- 
ities needed in your particu- 
lar field of endeavor. 

I would suggest that you not 
feel smug with your past ac- 
complishments — but that you 
continue to search for new 
horizons and that you continue 
to study to meet the challenge 
in the event you find them. 

In this manner I am sure 
you will live a rich and full 
life. 

Best wishes for your future 
success and happiness. 



DR. JOHN E. FOSTER 
President 



ELECTRICAL 
ENGINEERING 




RAMON R. ARRUDA 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Motto: What you don't like, change. 
Ambition: To go hunting 11 months out 

of the year. 
Address: 81 Barrett St., New Bedford 





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Extra Curricular Activities 

A. I. E. E. Vice Chairman 1, 
Publicity Chairman 2, 
Program Chairman 3, 4; 

Newman Club 3, 4; 

Tech Talk Feature Writer 

2, 3, 4; 
Univets 2, 3. 




Extra Curricular Activities 
A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Camera Club 2, Vice President 

3, President 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
FABRICATOR 4; 
Protestant Fellowship 2, 3, 4; 
Tech Talk 3, 4. 



RUSSELL ASHWORTH 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Motto: Put off until tomorrow what you 
could do today. 

Ambition: To go on to higher things. 

Address: 171 Pitman St., New Bedford 





Extra Curricular Activities 
A. I. E. E. 3, Chairman 4; 
Newman Club 3, 4; 

Tech Talk Business Manager 
3, 4. 




JOHN M. BANDARRA, Jr. 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Motto: Nothing is impossible. 
Ambition: To make at least one worth- 
while contribution to society. 
Address: 88 Maiden St., New Bedford 






Extra Curricular Activities 

A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Newman Club 2, 3, President 4; 

Student Council 2; 

Univets 1; 

Class President 2. 





RICHARD BELLOTTI 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Motto: "From here to infinity." 
Ambition: To achieve financial success 

and maintain peace of mind. 
Address: 62 Newcombe St., New Bedford 



JOHN BURES 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Motto: "Have slide-rule, will calculate." 
Ambition : To be happy in my work. 
Address: 292 Austin St., New Bedford 




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Extra Curricular Activities 

A. I. E. E. 3, 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Newman Club 2, 3, 4; 
Tech Talk 2, 3, 4. 



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Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Motto: Ask, and it shall be given unto 
you. 

Ambition: To get a high-paying job that 
I like. 

Address: 40 Rock St., Acushnet, Mass. 



Extra Curricular Activities 

A. I. E. E. 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4; 

Camera Club 3, Treasurer 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 

FABRICATOR 3, 4; 

Newman Club 3, 4; 

Tech Talk 3, 4; 

Dean's List Fall 1, Fall 2. 



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Extra Curricular Activities 

A. I. E. E. Publicity Manager 

3, 4; 
Collegians 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Nu Beta Tau 3, Tribunal 4; 
Tech Talk 3, Office Manager 4; 
Newman Club 2, 3, Publicity 

Manager 4. 



RODNEY R. CORDEIRO 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Motto: Do it now: tomorrow may be too 
late. 

Ambition: To be successful. 

Address: 96 Presidential Heights, New 
Bedford 



Extra Curricular Activities 

A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Camera Club 3, Secretary 4; 

FABRICATOR 4; 

Tech Talk 3; 

Dean's List Spring 2, Spring 3. 




ALFRED DEPTULA 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 



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Motto: The More knowledge a man gains, 
the more he realizes how little he 
knows. 

Ambition: To become a success in my 
field. 

Address: 347 Ashley Boulevard, New Bed- 
ford 






HARTLEY S. GURNEY 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Motto: The greatest ability of man is his 

ability to doubt. 
Ambition: Teaching. 

Address: County Road, East Freetown, 
Mass. 





Extra Curricular Activities 

A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Camera Club 1, 2, Secretary 

3, 4; 
Collegians 1, 2, 3, 4; 

FABRICATOR 2, 3, 

Co-Editor 4; 
Nu Beta Tau Secretary 3, 4; 
Protestant Fellowship 3, 4; 
Student Council 2; 
Tech Talk 1, Feature Editor 2, 

Managing Editor 3, Editor 

4; 
Junior Prom Committee 
Dean's List 7 semesters 
Class Secretary 2. 



DONALD G. Le BLANC 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Motto: If at first you don't succeed, try 

out for the outfield. 
Ambition: To succeed at first. 
Address: 175 Harwich St., New Bedford 







Extra Curricular Activities 
A. I. E. E. 2, 4; 
Camera Club 2; 
Collegians 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 

President 3, 4; 
Student Council 4; 
Tech Talk Managing Editor 

3, 4; 
Univets 1; 
Dean's List Fall 2; 
Class President 4. 








Extra Curricular Activities 

A. I. E. E. 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Camera Club 2, President 3, 4; 

Tech Talk 2, 3; 

Collegians 3; 

Protestant Fellowship 3; 

Dean's List Spring 2; 

FABRICATOR Photography 
Editor 4. 




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WILLIAM BARSTOW 
MACY, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Motto: Why worry? NOTHING is going 

to turn out right. 
Ambition : To accomplish something 

worthwhile during my life. 
Address: 194 Chestnut St., New Bedford 



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Extra Curricular Activities 

A. I. E. E. 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 





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ARMAND J. TALBOT 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Motto: Don't do it now; do it when you 

can do it right. 
Ambition: Just completed (B. S.) 
Address: 1032 Monmouth St., New Bedford 



WALTER T. TWAROG 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Motto: "The best of all possible worlds." 
Ambition: To photograph the earth from 
the Moon. 

Address: 110 Division St., New Bedford 




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Extra Curricular Activities 

A. I. E. E. 2, 3; 
Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
FABRICATOR 1, Photo 

Editor 2, Special Photo 

Effects 3; 
Tech Talk 3, 4; 
Univets 1, 2. 




WALTER WIENZEK 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Electrical Engineering 

Motto: "Prove all. Keep that which is 
the simplest." 

Ambition: To be "out of it" to know what 
is in it. 

Address: 156 Church St., New Bedford 



Extra Curricular Activities 

A. I. E. E. 1, 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi 2; 
Newman Club 4; 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 




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JEAN-PAUL AUBIN 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Motto: Don't worry about it. 

Ambition: To be a successful design en- 
gineer. 

Address : 29 Richview Avenue, South Had- 
ley, Mass. 



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Extra Curricular Activities 
Newman Club 3, 4. 




GERALD KENNETH 
BARROS 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Motto: Variety is the spice of life, but 
too much spice can ruin the digestion. 

Ambition: To learn something new every 
day. 

Address: 552 Dartmouth Street, South 
Dartmouth, Mass. 





HENRY J. BARROS 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Motto: Observation is knowledge. 
Ambition : Success in any task undertaken 
Address: 36 Madison St., New Bedford 



Extra Curricular Activities 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2; 
Dean's List 3 semesters. 







Extra Curricular Activities 

Circle K 2, Secretary 3, 4; 
Mechanical Engineering Club 

2, 3; 
Univets 1. 




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EUGENE ALBERT 
BISAILLON 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Motto: A loud golden silence. 
Ambition : To create a frictionless, weight- 
less, system of ropes and pulleys. 
Address: 465 Rivet St., New Bedford 



JOHN BLENKIRON 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Motto: A good reply for any wise guy is, 
"What are you trying to say?" 

Ambition: To derive happiness and suc- 
cess from life. 

Address: 4080 Acushnet Ave., New Bed- 
ford 







Extra Curricular Activities 

Circle K 2, Treasurer 3, 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Mechanical Engineering Club 

3, 4; 
DeMolay Club President 4. 



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JAMES A. BOTELLIO 

Bachelor of Science Degree 
in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Motto: Think before speaking or acting. 
Ambition: To be a happily married and 
successful engineer. 

Address: Shawmut Avenue, New Bedford 






Extra Curricular Activities 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Mechanical Engineering Club 

4; 
Dean's List Fall 3. 




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EXTRA ClJRRICULAR ACTIVITIES 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2; 
Mechanical Engineering Club 

4; 
Newman Club 4. 



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WILLIAM K. BURKE 



Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Motto: Whatever you do, be careful. 

Ambition: To spend a vacation without 

books. 
Address: 73 Hathaway Blvd., New Bedford 



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Extra Curricular Activities 

Circle K 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2; 
Mechanical Engineering Club 
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GERARD M. BURNETT 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Motto: Think. 

Ambition: To be a successful engineer. 

Address: 372 Reed St., New Bedford 



J. DAVID COAKLEY 



Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 



Motto: Think before peeking. 
Ambition: Happiness and success in life. 
Address: 279 County St., New Bedford 



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Extra Curricular Activities 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 

President 4; 
Mechanical Engineering Club 

4; 
Student Council 1, 2, 3; 

Junior Prom Committee 
Chairman; 

Class Vice President 1, 2, 3; 

Baseball 1, 2; 

Basketball 1; 

Soccer 2, 3, 4. 




KENNETH DE REGO 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Motto: Pushing the panic button doesn't 
solve the problem. 

Ambition: To succeed in all that is un- 
dertaken. 

Address: 83 Eugenia St., New Bedford 






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Extra Curricular Activities 
Circle K 2, President 3, 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Mechanical Engineering Club 

2, 3, President 4; 
Student Council President 3, 4; 
Class President 3, Treasurer 4. 



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Extra Curricular Activities 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2; 

Mechanical Engineering Club 
3, 4. 



DONALD GRAY 



Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Motto: Work, work, work! 
Ambition: To be the first mechanical en- 
gineer on the moon. 

Address: 19 Russell's Mills Road, South 
Dartmouth, Mass. 




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Extra Curricular Activities 

Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3; 
Mechanical Engineering Club 

4; 
Univets 1, 2. 




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JOSEPH J. L. JODOIN 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Motto: Clothes make the man. 

Ambition: To live a full life and enjoy 
its just reward. 

Address: 75 Kenyon St., New Bedford 



KENISON McINTOSH 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Motto : Live every day as if you were going 

to live forever. 
Ambition: Success. 
Address: 52 Rotch St., New Bedford 




Extra Curricular Activities 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Mechanical Engineering Club 

2, Treasurer 3, 4; 
Class President 2; 
Student Council 2. 



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PAUL W. REZENDES 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Motto: A wise man thinks twice before 

he speaks once. 
Ambition: To graduate before the tuition 

goes up. 
Address: 438 Rodney French Blvd., New 

Bedford 



Extra Curricular Activities 

Delta Kappa Phi 1; 
Mechanical Engineering Club 

1, 2; 
Univets 1. 




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Extra Curricular Activities 
Circle K 3, President 4; 
Mechanical Engineering Club 

4; 
Protestant Fellowship 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2. 



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RICHARD E. THATCHER 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Mechanical Engineering 

Motto: Everything happens for the best. 

Ambition: Big ranch man. 

Address: 47 York St., Dartmouth, Mass. 



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CHEMISTRY 



THOMAS A. BROWN 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Motto: Walk softly, but carry a big stick. 

Ambition: To be an analytical chemist. 

Address: 105 Grove Street, Lincoln, Rhode 
Island. 












Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. C. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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RONALD P. CHAVES 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Motto: A stranger is a friend I have not 

yet met. 
Ambition: To make life enjoyable. 
Address: 99 Bluefield St., New Bedford 





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Extra Curricular Activities 
A. A. T. C. C. 3, 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 

Sergeant of Arms 2; 
Univets 1, 2, 3, 4. 





















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Extra Curricular Activities 
A. A. T. C. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List Spring 3. 


















WILLIAM CHOUPRES 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Motto: The end is the beginning. 

Ambition: To be a success. 

Address: 53 Pembroke Avenue, Acushnet, 
Mass. 




Extra Curricular Activities 
A. A. T. C. C. 2, 3, 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List Fall, Spring 1. 





KENNETH C. HOKANSON 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Motto: Petit pluie a bas grande vent. 

Ambition : PhD. 

Address: 468 Main St., Acushnet, Mass. 



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JOHN P. KONDIG 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Motto: Collectors' items are the jewels 

of today. 
Ambition : To own my own trolley car. 

Address: 25 Belleville Avenue, New Bed- 
ford. 






Extra Curricular Activities 
A. A. T. C. C. 1. 




Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. C. C. 1, 2, 3, 

Treasurer 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List Fall 3. 



RAYMOND N. MARTIN 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Motto: Success comes in cans, failures in 
can'ts. 

Ambition: To succeed. 

Address: 74 East Morgan St., Fairhaven, 
Mass. 



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Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. C. C. 1, 2, Correspond- 
ing Secretary 3, Secretary 
4; 

Collegians 2; 

Student Council 4; 

Dean's List Fall and Spring 1; 

Class Secretary 4. 



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MARGARET MENDOZA 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Motto: All will come to he who waits. 
Ambition : A little work, a little happiness. 
Address: 277 Aquidneck St., New Bedford 




Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. C. C. 2, 3, President 4; 
Collegians Director 1 and 2, 

Accompanist 3; 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 




RICHARD ORMEROD 



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Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Motto: Chemistry, my music; or is it, 
music, my chemistry? 

Ambition: Lots. 

Address: 42 Campbell St., New Bedford 



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DONALD E. ROBINSON 



Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Motto: There's a way to do it better; 

find it. 
Ambition: To succeed in all endeavors. 
Address: 130 Green St., Fairhaven, Mass. 



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Extra Curricular Activities 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 

Treasurer 3, 4; 
FABRICATOR Business 

Manager 4; 

A. A. T. C. C. 4. 



MARY-LOUISE SILVA 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Chemistry 

Motto: Live, love, laugh and be happy. 
Ambition : To find that love, life, laughter, 

and happiness. 
Address: Mill St., Rte. 6, Marion, Mass. 




Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. C. C. 1, 2, 3, Vice- 
President 4; 

Collegians 1, President 2, 3; 

FABRICATOR Co-Editor 4; 

Kappa Sigma Phi 1, Auditor 
2, 3, 4; 

Tech Talk 1. 



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ARNOLD ATKINSON 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

Motto: Get away with what you can for 
as long as you can. 

Ambition: Ten little Indians. 

Address: 68 Hillman St., New Bedford 












Extra Curricular Activities 
Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Track 1, 2, 3; 
Tennis 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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Extra Curricular Activities 
A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 
Circle K 1; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Protestant Fellowship 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2; 
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; 
FABRICATOR 4. 



THOMAS A. DAMON 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

Motto: Discretion is the better part of 
valor. 

Ambition: To be president of my own 
corporation. 

Address: 348 Sawyer St., New Bedford 





Extra Curricular Activities 
A. A. T. T. 3, Treasurer 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, Secretary 
3 and 4; 

FABRICATOR 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 






MAUREEN KENNEDY 



Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

Motto: Patience is the ability to idle the 
motor when you feel like stripping the 
gears. 

Ambition: To be successful. 

Address: 154 Durfee St., New Bedford 



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Extra Curricular Activities 
Newman Club 1. 




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PAUL LEVASSEUR 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

Motto: C'est mon plaisir. 

Ambition: To own my own business and 
trolley car. 

Address: 112 Mt. Pleasant St., New Bed- 
ford. 



ROBERTA MAROIS 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

Motto: Never do today what you can put 

off until tomorrow. 
Ambition: Fashion Illustrator for Saks 

5th Ave. 
Address: Church St., Mattapoisett, Mass. 








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Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. T. Secretary 3 and 4; 
Glee Club 1; 

Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
FABRICATOR 3, Art Editor 4; 
Newman Club 3, 4; 
Student Council 1; 
Junior Prom Committee; 
Dean's List Spring and Fall 

2, 4; 
Class Secretary 1; 
Cheerleader 1. 







DONALD J. MORIARTY 

Certificate 

in 

Textile Design and Fashion 

Motto: Always be prepared. 
Ambition: I don't want to be a million- 
aire; just live like one. 
Address: 341 Oliver St., New Bedford. 




Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. T. 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 

FABRICATOR 4; 

Newman Club 4; 

Univets 1; 

Junior Prom Committee; 

Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. 





Extra Curricular Activities 

Delta Kappa Phi 1,2,3,4; 
FABRICATOR 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, Vice- 
President 3, 4; 
Tech Talk 1, 3, 4; 
Collegians 3, 4; 
A. A. T. T. 4; 
Junior Prom Committee. 



LUCIEN P. POYANT 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

Motto: I take no man's ideas, for I have 

a few of my own. 
Ambition: To be a success. 
Address: 312 North Main St., Acushnet, 

Mass. 



Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 

Circle K 1,2,3,4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, House 

Chairman 3, Sergeant at 

Arms 4; 
Protestant Fellowship 3, 4; 
Student Council 4; 
Junior Prom Committee; 
Class Vice-President 4. 




EDWARD W. SYLVIA 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 
Textile Design and Fashion 

Motto: There is none so blind as those 
who will not see. 

Ambition: Success and happiness. 

Address: 490 Allen St., New Bedford 






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Extra Curricular Activities 

Circle K 3, 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4; 

Newman Club 2, 3; 

Soccer 1; 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Basketball 2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD L. ARIETA 



Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Motto: To know him is to like him. 
Ambition: Production Engineer. 
Address: 30 Wales St., Taunton, Mass. 




Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 

Circle K 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, Scribe 2, 

President 3 and 4; 
Tech Talk Business Manager 

1 and 2; 
Univets 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Inter Fraternity Council 3. 




JOSEPH I. CORBEIL 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Motto: Sleep warm. 
Ambition: Production Engineer. 
Address: 54 Campbell St., New Bedford 



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GORDON T. HELME Esq. 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Motto: Let us, to the end, dare to do our 
duty as we understand it. 

Ambition : Professor of textile technology. 

Address: 988 Mazeppa St., New Bedford 



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Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. T. 3; 

Circle K Secretary 2; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Protestant Fellowship 3; 

DeMolay College Club 4; 

Dean's List 1,2,3; 

Soccer 1, Captain 2 and 3, 4. 




EDWARD J. HORSLEY 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Motto: Never give up that which you be- 
gin. 
Ambition: Coach of the Celtics. 
Address: 19 Laurel St., Fairhaven, Mass. 



Extra Curricular Activities 

Mechanical Engineering Club 

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Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Tech Talk 1; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3. 





Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. T. 4; 

Univets 1, 2; 

Dean's List Spring and Fall 
2 and 3. 



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CONRAD E. Le TENDRE 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Motto: A college degree may be an end, 

or it may be a beginning. 
Ambition: To become ambitious. 

Address: 256 Peckham Road, Acushnet, 
Mass. 



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DEAN MANCHESTER 



Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Motto: Don't put off until tomorrow what 

you can do today. 
Ambition: Technical Sales Agent. 
Address: Old Harbor Road, Westport, 

Mass. 



donald McCarthy 



Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Motto: Do unto others as you would have 

them do unto you. 
Ambition: Sales Engineer. 
Address: 121 Adams St., Fairhaven, Mass. 








Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 

Circle K 3, 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 




EDMUND ROSA 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Motto: Silence is golden, speech is silver. 

Ambition: Plant Supervisor. 

Address: 439 Purchase St., New Bedford 



Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 

Phi Psi Beta 2, 3, Secretary 4. 





Extra Curricular Activities 
A. A. T. T. 3, President 4; 
Circle K 3; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
FABRICATOR Sports Editor 4; 
Tech Talk 3; 

Univets 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 

4; 
Baseball 2; 
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. 



IVAN DALE SYLVIA 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 



Motto: No man is useless while he has a 
friend. 

Ambition: Life, love, and the pursuit of 

happiness. 
Address: 1085 Tacoma St., New Bedford 



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Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 
Phi Psi Beta 2, 3, Senior War- 
den and House Manager 4; 

Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. 






HARALAMBOS VOUTSINAS 

Bachelor of Science Degree 

in 

Textile Technology 

Motto: Think twice before you make a 
decision. 

Ambition: Revolutionize Greek Textiles. 

Address: 58 Kalledromiou St., Athens, 
Greece 



DANIEL J. MEDEIROS 

Diploma 
in 

Textile Manufacturing 

Motto: Patience is a virtue. 
Ambition: Designer. 

Address: 118A Old Westport Road, North 
Dartmouth, Mass. 





Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. T. 3, 4; 

Delta Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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PAUL ANG TEE 

Diploma 

in 

Textile Manufacturing 

Motto: To see is to believe. 

Ambition: Plant Manager. 

Address: 45 Old Sta. Mesa, Manila, Phil- 
lippines. 



Extra Curricular Activities 

A. A. T. T. 2, 3; 
Phi Psi Beta 1, 2, 3. 








Extra Curricular Activities 
A. A. T. T. 4. 






RITA GALLAGHER 

Certificate 

in 

Textile Technician 

Motto: Live and let live. 
Ambition: To return for a degree. 
Address: 184 Sconticut Neck Road, Fair- 
haven, Mass. 







DOLORES GRAPSAS 

Certificate 

in 

Textile Technician 



Motto: Thimk! 

Ambition: To live by my motto. 

Address: 63 State St., New Bedford 



ELIZABETH PRESBY 

Certificate 

in 

Textile Technician 

Motto: Don't do today what you can put 

off until tomorrow. 
Ambition : To be a success. 
Address: 18 Moynan St., New Bedford 



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Extra Curricular Activities 

Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2; 
A. A. T. T. 4. 




DEPARTMENT 
HEADS 




BUSINESS 

ADMINISTRATION 

DEPT. 

Milton S. Briggs 

CHEMISTRY 
DEPARTMENT 

Francis Tripp 

ELECTRICAL 

ENGINEERING 

DEPT. 

Lenine M. Gonsalves 

ENGLISH 
DEPARTMENT 

Augustus Silva 

MATHEMATICS 
DEPARTMENT 

Anthony J. John 

MECHANICAL 

ENGINEERING 

DEPT. 

Howard C. Tinkham 

HUMANITIES 
DEPARTMENT 

Leo M. Sullivan 

TEXTILE 
DEPARTMENT 

James L. Giblin 

LIBRARIAN 

Claire N. Riley 

PUBLIC 
RELATIONS 

James A. Flanagan 









DEAN OF FACULTY 
James L. Giblin 






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DEAN OF STUDENTS 

Augustus Silva 



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FACULTY 







JOHN R. BARYLSKI 

Asst. Professor 
Mech. Eng. Dept. 



CLIFFORD N. BECK 

Instructor 

Textile Dept. 



ROBERT C. BOOTH 

Instructor 
Design & Fash. Dept. 



JOHN C. BROADMEADOV 
Assoc. Professor 
Chemistry Dept. 










EDWARD H. CLOUTIER 

Assoc. Professor 

Textile Dept. 



EDWARD A. CORMIER 

Instructor 

Bus. Admin. Dept. 



ALDEN W. COUNSELL 

Asst. Professor 

Mech. Eng. Dept. 



MICHAEL CROWLEY 

Assoc. Professor 

Math. Dept. 







EARL J. DIAS 

Asst. Professor 

English Dept. 



EDMUND J. DUPRE 
Assoc. Professor 
Chemistry Dept. 



LOUIS E. F. FENAUX 
Assoc. Professor 
Chemistry Dept. 



FERDINAND P. FIOCCHI 

Asst. Professor 

Chemistry Dept. 




HYDERYK GORCZYCA 

Instructor 

Mech. Eng. Dept. 




SHELDON H. HARRIS 
Assoc. Professor 
Humanities Dept. 




HARBHAJAN S. HAYRE 
Assoc. Professor 
Elec. Eng. Dept. 




WARREN M. HOLT 

Assoc. Professor 

Math. Dept. 






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ELESTINO D. MACEDO 
Asst. Professor 
English Dept. 



FREDERIC R. MATTFIELD 

Assoc. Professor 

Bus. Admin. Dept. 



WALTER MIERZEJEWSKI 
Instructor 
Math. Dept. 



DR. DWIGHT F. MOWERY 

Professor 

Chemistry Dept. 




/[ARGOT NEUGEBAUER 

Asst. Professor 

Design & Fash. Dept. 




LOUIS PACHECO, JR. 

Assoc. Professor 

Textile Dept. 




HANS E. PICARD 

Visiting Lecturer 

Elec Eng. Pant. 




EVELYN RAMALHETE 
Instructor 




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JOHN T. REGAN 

Asst. Professor 

Textile Dept. 



JOSEPH L. ROBERTS 

Instructor 

Mech. Eng. Dept. 



CONRAD P. RICHARD 

Asst. Professor 

Mech. Eng. Dept. 



LOUIS J. ROBITAILLE 

Instructor 

Humanities Dept. 






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ANTONE RODIL 

Asst. Professor 

Textile Dept. 




FRED R. TRIPP 

Instructor 
Chemistry Dept. 



WILLIAM A. SILVEIRA 

Asst. Professor 

Math. Dept. 



ARTHUR V. SWA YE 

Asst. Professor 

Textile Dept. 




RICHARD WALDER 

Instructor 

Elec. En^Dept 




JOHN F. WAREING 

Instructor 

Elec. Eng. Dept. 



GEORGE J. THOMAS 

Asst. Professor 

Physics Dept. 



FACULTY 



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RETIRING PROFESSORS 



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Prof. Bayreuther has served the 
Institute in its Mechanical Engin- 
eering Dept. almost from its in- 
fancy. His devotion and guidance 
to the hundreds of students over 
the years will remain in the 
hearts of all alumni who have 
come under his tutelage. 




ADAM 
BAYREUTHER 





FRED 
BEARDSWORTH 




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Prof. Beardsworth has gained the 
utmost respect and friendship 
from countless students and fel- 
low professors during his long 
tenure in the Textile Dept. He is 
a man of dignity and knowledge; 
of a calibre that the Institute will 
find almost impossible to equal at 
his retirement. 



Prof. Holden has endeared him- 
self to all those connected with 
the school since his arrival so 
many years ago. Long education- 
al and personal lectures have re- 
vealed a wisdom and kindliness so 
essential to a truly good educat- 
or. His contributions to the school 
and its students will continue to 
bring credit to N. B. I. T. long 
after his departure this year. 




FRANK 
HOLDEN 





'Geeze . . . You Lousy Guys" 



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Sign Painter ..." 





'Fastest Soldering Gun 
in the West. 




"To Measure Nose: First Grasp" 

Tuft of Hair Firmly in 

left hand thus ..." 




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CO-EDITORS 

Mary-Louise Silva 
Hartley S. Gurney 



FABRICATOR 
STAFF 



ART EDITOR 
Roberta Marois 









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SPORTS EDITOR 
Dale Sylvia 

PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 
William Macy 

CREDITS 

ADVERTISING 
LAYOUTS 

Donald Moriarty 
Lucien Poyant 

COVER FABRIC 

Prof. Frank Holden 
Prof. Fred Beardsworth 
Prof. Louis Pacheco, Jr. 
Asst. Prof. John Regan 
Asst. Prof. Antone Rodil 
Mr. Fred R. Tripp 



ADVERTISING MANAGER 
Donald LeBlanc 

BUSINESS MANAGER 
Donald Robinson 



PHOTOGRAPHY 
STAFF 

Russell Ashworth 
Leon Cierpial 
Alfred Deptula 
Walter Twarog 
Hartley S. Gurney 



ART STAFF 

Maureen Kennedy 
Edward Sylvia 
Thomas Damon 
John Murphy 
Jenny Botseas 



FACULTY 
ADVISOR < 
Robert C. Booth i 



FORMAL 
PHOTOGRAPHY 

Al Rioux 



BASKETBALL 



SOCCER 



BASEBALL 



TENNIS 



CHEERLEADERS 




ATHLETICS 



1958 



1959 



1 

COACH— 1958 




• Clarry Haskell 




COACH— 1959 

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Prof. John Regan 




TEAM 




Richard Arieta 




Russell Wissman 




Daniel Loureiro 




William Fawcett 




John Regan, Jr. 




Verne Barry 




Bruce Boni 




Ronald Hall 




Stan Wesoly 




Thomas Viera 




Richard Percentz 




Edward Horsley 




Joseph Cahill 




STATISTICS 




1958 Season 




N.B.I.T. Oppon 


?nt 


11 R. P. I. 


8 


7 Pembroke 


10 


5 Presbyterien Coll. 


4 


6 Curry College 





10 Stonehill 


5 


2 Mass. Maritime 


1 


6 Durfee Tech 


5 


7 Lowell Tech 


5 


4 Bridge-water 


2 


!) Mass. Maritime 


2 


10 Univ. of Hartford 


3 


1 Durfee Tech 


8 


8 Bridgewater 


5 


2 Stonehill 


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BASEBALL 



Last season the Tech 
Baseball team compil- 
ed an overall record of 
10 wins and 4 defeats. 
In the S. N. E. C. C. 
play they suffered only 
one defeat at the hands 
of their arch rival, 
Durfee Tech. This fine 
conference record en- 
abled our team to 
share first place hon- 
ors with Durfee Tech 
for S. N. E. C. C. cham- 
pionship. Coach Clar- 
ry Haskell is to be com- 
plimented for his fine 
job of bringing the N. 
B. I. T. baseball team 
through such a victor- 
ious season. 

This season should be 
a banner year for the 
Tech team under its 
newly appointed coach, 
Prof. John Regan. The 
return of veteran play- 
ers from the 1958 sea- 
son promises a repeat 
performance of last 
year's excellent show- 
ing. So far, our S. N. 
E. C. C. record is 1 
win and 2 defeats, but 
Manager Joe Cahill 
assures us of a more 
rewarding standing for 
the remainder of this 



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SOCCER 

COACH 
Edward Cloutier 



TEAM 
Gordon Helme 
Donald Moriarty 
David Coakley 
Babis Voutsinas 
Thomas Damon 
Dale Sylvia 
Edward P. Sylvia 
Thomas Viera 
Lincoln Chang 
Edward W. Sylvia 
Peter Anthony 
Gaylord Lucas 
George Rogers 
David Parent 
Dave Fernandes 
John Trznadel 
Richard Ramos 
Edward Cambra 
Richard Perzentz 



STATISTICS 

N.B.I.T. Opponent 

3 B. S. T. C. 4 

5 R. T. C. E. 

3 Durfee Tech. 1 

B. S. T. C. 

3 New England 3 

4 Babson 1 
3 Durfee Tech 

2 Adelphi 1 
fi Babson 2 

3 Univ. of Hartford 1 

won by forfeit Lowell Tech 







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SOCCER 

Early in 1958 our 
sports editor predict- 
ed an undefeated sea- 
son for the Tech hoot- 
ers and missed by only 
one game . . . our 
first. It was the game 
against Bridgewater 
which went into double 
overtime and result- 
ed in a 4-3 loss for 
the Maroon and Grey. 
This loss stopped our 
team from gaining 
their second succes- 
sive tie for first place 
honors in the S. N. E. 
C. C. soccer league. 
We finished the season 
with another fine rec- 
ord of 8-1-2. 

A look into the future 
shows that such battle 
scarred veterans as : 
Dave Coakley, Don 
Moriarty, Babis Vout- 
sinas, Ed W. Sylvia, 
Tom Damon, Dale Syl- 
via, and Capt. Gordie 
Helme won't be 
around for the next 
campaign. These men 
deserve much appre- 
ciation for their out- 
standing efforts over 
the last four seasons. 
The soccer team un- 
der the able direction 
of coach Ed Cloutier 
tallied 32 goals against 
their opponents, and 
the opposition scored 
13 goals through our 
nets. In essence, and 
in fact, this season 
was an outstanding 
one in the soccer his- 
tory of N. B. I. T. It 
was a great team ef- 
fort in every game 
from every player. 



BASKETBALL 






TEAM 

Arnold Atkinson 
Richard Arieta 
Steven McNamara 
Edward P. Sylvia 
Frank Aroupo 
John Trznadel 
Dan Loureiro 
Dick Daniels 
Ronald Hall 
Bruce Regan 
Jim Rita 



COACH 

James Flanagan 



| STATISTICS 

N.B.I.T. Opponent 



92 


Babson 


64 


68 


Maritime 


37 


65 


Durfee Tech 


61 


91 


Maritime 


50 


61 


Gorham 


47 


49 


Assumption 


61 


74 


Pembroke 


59 


78 


R. P. I. 


72 


52 


Quinnipiac 


62 


70 


Stonehill 


63 


76 


Bridgewater 


66 


70 


New Eng. Col. 


46 


84 


Cooper Union 


37 


106 


Curry College 


57 


88 


Durfee Tech 


63 


65 


Quinnipiac 


80 


79 


Stonehill 


77 


74 


Bridgewater 


53 


61 


Bloomfield 


59 


90 


Babson 


55 


78 


Lowell Tech 


57 


49 


Hartford 


48 


71 


Philadelphia 


97 


63 


111. Tech. 


81 


53 


U. of Chicago 


71 


57 


Quinnipiac 


71 



Total points 1929 

Average — 71.4 

HIGH SCORERS 

Avg. 
Steve McNamara 17.5 
Arnold Atkinson 17.0 
Richard Arieta 12.2 





BASKETBALL 



The N. B. I. T. basket 
ball team concluded 
its season with a 20-7 
overall record. They 
placed second in the 
S. N. E. C. C. behind 
Quinnipiac of Conn. It 
was Coach Flanagan's 
first year at the helm 
of the Tech squad 
which played one of 
its fullest schedules in 
some time. 

The New Bedford 
team won the Holiday 
North-South Seafood 
Producers' Tourney 
which was held in De- 
cember and ended 
their conference play 
in a tie only to lose 
to Quinnipiac in the 
final game of the sea- 
son. Tech made trips 
to Conn., New York, 
New Jersey, Phila., 
and Chicago during 
the hoop campaign 
and added many for- 
midable foes to their 
schedule. 







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TENNIS 




COACH 
Fran Tripp 



TEAM 
Arnold Atkinson 
Edward W. Sylvia 
Paul Wilson 
Robert Fredette 
Edward Twarog 
James Marshall 
William Hayden 
Paul Patzer 



The Tennis team of N. 
B. I. T. opened its 
1959 season with a 1-1 
record. The Tech net- 
ters lost their first 
match to Holy Cross 
with a 6-0 score. A 
second contest result- 
ed in a much better 
showing for Coach 
Tripp's "racquet" 
squad when they scor- 
ed a 5-0 victory over 
Durfee Tech. Al- 
though the season has 
just begun, the many 
new players show 
great promise for an- 
other successful year. 
It is more than likely 
that Tech netters of 
1959 will continue to 
uphold our first place 
standing in the S. N. 
E. C. C. tennis divis- 
ion as they have for 
the past four years. 





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CHEER 
LEADERS 



HEAD 
CHEERLEADER 

Joyce Dixon 



SQUAD 

Rita Desjardins 
Judy Morton 
Cynthia Barros 
Rochelle Guay 
Patricia Kelley 
Betty Johnson 
Fern Sherman 
Cynthia Vercellone 



The cheering squad of 
1959 showed much im- 
provement this year in 
both form and school 
spirit. The faithful ap- 
pearance of these Tech 
rooters in their new 
maroon and grey uni- 
forms at soccer and 
basketball games con- 
tributed much to the 
spirit of all team mem- 
bers. The girls, under 
the leadership of Joyce 
Dixon displayed their 
enthusiasm both at 
home and at our many 
"away" games during 
the 1958-1959 season. 







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"Oh, Bosh! There He Goes Again. 



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TECH 
TALK 



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Tech Talk has made considerable pro- 
gress in the school year of 1958 - 1959. 
The official publication of the student 
body of N. B. I. T. has gained consid- 
erably in quality. 



Improved writing, broader scope in edi- 
torials, better photography, and increas- 
ed advertising have been brought into 
this, the sixth volume of the paper. 



Active interest on the part of new mem- 
bers and veteran writers alike has lent 
to the overall improvement of the qual- 
ity of the paper. Photography, one of 
the most difficult obstacles in the past, 
was improved by the efforts of veteran 
staff photographers. This year for the 
first time, Tech Talk carried national ad- 
vertising; along this line, the overall in- 
come of advertising was increased by 
15%. This accomplishment plus increas- 
ed coverage of Tech news has given this 
year's staff of Tech Talk a paper to be 
proud of. 



Tech Talk 

MEMBER OF 
ASSOCIATED COLLEGIATE PRESS 
. INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS 

The views expressed in this paper are entirely those of the stu- 
ents of the editorial staff and do not necessarily reflect the views of 
tie administration or faculty of New Bedford Institute of Technology. 

Hartley Gurney, Editor 
Donald G. LeBlanc, Managing Editor 

avid W. Heap, News Editor John Bandarra, Business Mgr. 

nn Crowell, Asst. Editor Deborah Tobin, Asst. Editor 

Tony Arruda, Sports Editor 

Bill Gifford, Advertising Manager 

Joseph Mocker, Circulation Manager 

Rodney Cordeiro, Office Manager 

J. Donnell Bowen, Dale Sylvia, Jerry Giberti, 

Jean Schwartz, Dan Loureiro, Tom Viera, Jack Bures, 
Linda Valley, Forrest Martin, Harold Whitely. 

mature Writers Bill Kerwin, Thomas Mitchell, 

Paul Wilson, Tony Plezia 

t Staff Charlie Burnet, Manager, 

Pat Wright, Cynthia Barros, Joel Lipsitt 

isiness Staff Alex Johnson, Harris Horvitz, Robert 

Lee, Fern Sherman 

fice Staff Carol Tenezar, Robert Carreia 

lotographers Russ Ashworth, Leo Cierpial 

\culty Adviser .' Mr. Richard Walder 



The Tech-Durfee Merger 

It seems that some of the local and state officials favor the 
»rger of the New Bedford and Fall River technical colleges. Rumors 
ve it that the main reasons behind this move are wholly political. 

We discredit these rumors because we like to think that our 
tte and local officials are above such things when regarding the 
ate's institutions of higher learning. Yet, most of these officials fail 
indicate their reasons for favoring the merger. Some officials who 
ce favored Tech expansion have suddenly swung over to the merger, 
iving little explanation on their way. 

Mayor Francis J. Lawler said that, "Because of its mere presence 
the community ... it is my opinion that the future of the institute, 
suming its adaptability, is t 
the future industrial deve 
i writer's). The quotation ; 
tyor's office to Tech Talk i. 
lyor says, "The New Bedf( 
nificant and important cor 
New Bedford," and again : 
mity" as being a factor in _ 

Now Mayor Lawler favoi 
ititute's buildings may be 
icator has said that the co;~ 
:s into an efficient high sc_ , 
the building itself. Is this a | 

Governor Furcolo also sj 

merger bill. Senator Artl 
ampaign plank. He now fa 

reasons given for the me; 
gn. This sort of duplicity 

As yet, no concrete plans 

have any comparative cos 

mention has been made of 
ween passages of the prop 
v classrooms and labs. Wi 

interim? On what basis j 
all? Are any personal Ian' 
r e the schools' funds been 
the merger? These and otl 
Those favoring the merge"! 

two schools together, butJil 
where to do it. 

We would like to remind them that colleges, unlike castles, can- 



A Reply To l\o Letter 

To those student^ who never wr ite j ex clude from print those 

*"*re grammatical] 

hose bearing no \ 

tour rules for € 

fed at the top 

the Editor" col 

we find each 

le "letters to the 

lie the Tech Taj 

/ice every week. 

of courage sho' 

ck of letters si 

ellow ranting in 

■ent Council acti 

on policy, or fac 

acks either the 

(ion to put his s 

mplaints! It sho 

raising some ai 

t to be not wor 

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ght out ideas a 

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request of Mr. Schwartz, 
Council President, is that all or- 



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tending morning worship at var- 
ious churches. 



clubs, fraternities, and chs 
organizations as a means of 
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STUDENT 
COUNCIL 



The Student Council is the only student 
government organization at N. B. I. T. 
It acts as a body to formulate and direct 
student opinion, and as a liason between 
students and faculty-administration. The 
council also sponsors various student ac- 
tivities during the school year, such as 
the annual Welcome Back Banquet, and 
sponsors holiday assemblies as well as 
the Class Day activities. 



FRESHMEN 
Richard Santos 
John T. Regan, Jr. 
Lillian Crowell 
Carolyn Clarke 



JUNIORS 
Gene J. Schwartz 
James Murphy 
Lionel Medeiros 
Louis Skinner 



SOPHOMORES 
William Gifford 
Norma Casey 
David Heap 
Anthony Arruda 



SENIORS 
Donald LeBlanc 
Edward W. Sylvia 
Margaret Mendoza 
Kenneth DeRego 






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JAMES MURPHY 
Treasurer 

GENE SCHWARTZ 
President 

ANTHONY ARRUDA 
Vice President 

CAROLYN CLARKE 
Secretary 









BANQUET COMMITTEE 




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Will 

WELCOME BACK BANQUET 




Anthony Albert 
Peter Anthony 
Richard Arieta 
Russell Ashwoth 
Alfred Alves 
Antonio Baldo 
Thomas Bancroft 
Milton Berube 
John Blenkiron 
Bruce Boni 
Richard Bonin 
James Bottelio 
Thomas Brown 
Bruce Buckley 
Vernon Bei-ry 
Edward Cambra 
Ronald Chaves 
William Choupres 
Leon Cierpial 
David Coakley 
George Collette 
William Conn 
Joseph Corbiel 
Leonard Crane 
Joseph Cahill 
Joseph Callaghan 
Phillip Chasse 
Thomas Damon 
Richard Daniels 
David Darwell 
Kenneth DeRego 
Stetson Drake 
William Fawcett 
Robert Fredette 
Ernest Gagne 
John Goulding 
Richard Greenwood 
Gordon Helme 
Kenneth Hokanson 
Edward Horsley 
Ronald Hotte 
John Hannon 
Donald Kamienski 
Robert LaFlamme 
Allen Kilshaw 
Gerald Lariviere 
Jean LeBlanc 
Richard Lima 
James Lover 
Russell Marchant 
Raymond Martin 
Norman Mathieu 
Steve McNamara 
Daniel Medeiros 
Joseph Mello 
Peter Mendell 
Thomas Mitchell 
Donald Moriarty 
Andrew Martin 
James Murray 
Norman Mullins 
Philip Medeiros 
Robert Meunier 
Edward Mullarkey 
Norman Nevins 
William O'Connell 
Richard Ormerod 
Robert Pacheco 
Donald Payette 
Richard Pilkington 
Roger Poyant 
Dick Perzentz 
William Partridge 
Clarence Rawlins 
Staunton Richards 
Donald Robinson 
David Rapoza 
Gene Schwartz 
George Simpkin 
Louis Skinner 
John Sauga 
Edward W. Sylvia 
Donald Sivan 
Lawrence Tefft 
Ronald Tetreault 
John Thompson 
Renato Tomasini 
Manuel Texeira 
William. Titcomb 
Joseph Taffe 
Thomas Viera 
John Viera 
Walter Wienzek 
Walter Wissman 
Paul Wallace 
Brian Wishnefsky 



DELTA 

KAPPA 

PHI 



Delta Kappa Phi is one of the oldest professional fra- 
ternities in America. Its purpose is mainly one of 
service to the student and to the school. The frater- 
nity encourages high scholastic standards from mem- 
bers in every department in addition to active partici- 
pation in sports and social activities. It is the aim 
of Delta Kappa Phi to provide the business world 
with men of high calibre and executive potential. 



Scribe — Thomas Mitchell 

Trustees — Prof. Louis Fenaux — Mr. Fred Tripp 

House Mother — Mrs. Helen Otis Allen 



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BRUCE BONI 
Treasurer 

GORDON HELME 
Secretary 

JOHN THOMPSON 
House Chairman 

IENATO TOMASINI 
House Chairman 

DAVID COAKLEY 
Pro-consul 

JOSEPH CORBEIL 
Consul 

DWARD W. SYLVIA 
Sargent at arms 




ANNUAL 
D. K. 




MINSTREL 



Robert Barnard 
Marshal Boston 
Charles Brock 
Norman Bruffy 
Charles Burnett 
Wilfred Canto 
Norman Faucher 
Robert Fournier 
Edmund Rosa 
Robert LeBoeuf 
Haralambos Voutsinas 
Paul Ang Tee 
Basil Grapsis 
Peter Inglese 
William Kerwin 
Nick Konstantakos 
Donald Lepore 
Donald Lucas 
Carl Ostler 
David Parent 
Richard Poulin 
George Rogers 
Robert Robinson 
George Taber 
Howard Vera 
Clifford Wilbur 
Francis Wilson 
Steve Wong 
Simmons Correia 



PHI 

PSI 

BETA 



Phi Psi Fraternity was originally organized to 
promote the comradeship and mutual advance- 
ment of its members in the field of textile manu- 
facturing. Its scope has widened to now include 
men and students interested in many varied pro- 
fessions. Primarily, it is the largest and most 
respected textile fraternity in the world, but its 
alumni hold many lofty positions in all branches 
of industry. Here at Tech, the Beta Chapter is 
concerned with obtaining members holding high 
scholastic standards in order to better provide in- 
dustry with a more qualified type of leader. 




PHI PSI OPEN HOUSE 



CLIFF WILBUR 
Vice President 

PROF. EDMUND 

CLOUTIER 

Advisor 

BABIS VOUTSINAS 
Treasurer 

EDMUND ROSA 
Secretary 

PETER INGLESE 
President 

NORMAN FAUCHER 

Corresponding 

Secretary 





STAG NIGHT 




Anthony Arruda 
Carlton Aspin 
K. Martin Bendiksen 
Robert C. Borden 
J. Donald Bowen 
John Cadema 
Robert Champegne 
Rodney Cordeiro 
Joseph Carreiro 
William Gifford 
Hartley Gurney 
David Heap 
Carl Holstius 
Alex Johnson 
Raymond LeBeau 
Lionel Medeiros 
John Milner 
Richard Motta 
James Murphy 
Craig Proctor 
William Russell 
Fred Silva 
Romeo Struglia 
Mario Thumudo 
Edwin Twarog 
Celestino Macedo 
Alfred Carvalho 
Lenine Gonsalves 
James Stahley 
John Lopes 
Edward Chmiel 
James Brownell 
Ronald Breault 
John Cermak 
Wallace Reid 
Stephen Swift 
Norman LaVigne 
Joseph Mocker 



NU 
BETA 
TAU 






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The Alpha chapter of Nu Beta Tau was started 
during the Winter of 1957 by ten students who 
felt that the school's rapid growth provided room 
for another fraternity. On May 5th, 1958 the 
fraternity received its charter from the adminis- 
tration. At the time this charter was received, 
the membership had grown to twenty-nine. Dur- 
ing the current year the fraternity has become 
an integral part of the school's many organiza- 
tions. 



JOSEPH CORREIRO 
Social Chairman 

CRAIG PROCTOR 
President 

^ELESTINO MACEDO 
Faculty Advisor 

J. DONALD BOWEN 
Vice President 

MARIO THUMUDO 
Treasurer 

JAMES MURPHY 
Official Delegate 

HARTLEY GURNEY 

Corresponding 

Secretary 

ANTHONY ARRUDA 
Rush Chairman 

ROMEO STRUGLIA 
Ritualist 

RAYMOND LeBEAU 
Secretary 




INSTALLATION BANQUET 



PUMPKIN PROM 




'GOOD DEEDS" FOR HELL WEEK 



Mary-Louise Silva 
Judy Morton 
Rita Desjardins 
Carol Hebert 
Carolyn Skie 
Nancy Tripp 
Annette Burque 
Carolyn Clarke 
Lillian Crowell 
Janet Pasell 
Norma Casey 
Jenny Botseas 
June Brownell 
Judith Dahill 
Nancy Dexter 
Anne Finnerty 
Edith Gardner 
Roberta Marois 
Joyce Dixon 
Cynthia Vercellone 
Beth Johnson 
Betty Presby 
Cynthia Barros 
Shauneen Goggin 
Rochelle Guay 
Patricia Kelly 
Carol Tencza 
Deborah Tobbin 
Patricia Wright 
Linda Valley 




KAPPA 

SIGMA 

PHI 



Kappa Sigma Phi opened the school year 
with the initiation of sixteen new mem- 
bers after a most hectic Hell Week. All 
pledges were rewarded with an impres- 
sive dinner and induction ceremony at 
the Red Coach Grille amidst a setting of 
purple and white, the sorority's official 
colors. 



Throughout the year Kappa Sigma Phi 
sponsored many successful functions, 



such as : the annual Christmas luncheon 



for faculty members, two cake sales, and 



a trip to Boston. Sorority members end- 
ed a very rewarding year with an even- 
ing of fine food and relaxation at the 



Spring installation banquet. 







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NORMA CASEY 
Vice President 

JANET POSELL 
Treasurer 

JENNY BOTSEAS 
Secretary 

JUNE BROWNELL 
President 



IELL WEEK 

FOR THE 

FRESHMEN 




ANNUAL CHRISTMAS FACULTY LUNCHEON 




"Well PERSONALLY Miss Neugebauer . . . 



"We thought we'd get a small tree this year.' 




"For five cents, how can you go wrong? 




'I DON'T get the point 




'No!! It's mine, it's mine 



"Ham-BURGER? O.K. Kiddo!" 





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"How about that?! It really works." 




'What these 

Photographers 

won't go through 

for a picture." 





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"Goodyear left him flat." 




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Mrs. Cecelia Zeitler 

Mrs. Irene Kenney 

Miss Irene Arguin 

Mrs. Mary Makin 



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Andy Doyle 



Walter Kawolcyk 



Walter Gauthier 



Everett Ashworth 



Sidney McMullen 



Jimmy Fox 








I am so smart, 
1 make myself sick. 




'It really doesn't do a THING 
for me." 



Just a "Widdle Giwl" at heart. 



'Oh Caroline, WHAT have they done to you?' 






'Hmmm . . . and what are your OTHER 

qualifications?" "Wait 'till they find out we 

changed the label on the acid bottle." 



"Like man, this school is the coolest." 





Bringing home the bacon 



'NOW what do I do?' 



LAWRENCE TEFFT, JR. 
Vice President 

ERNEST GAGNE 

Secretary 

THOMAS BANCROFT 

Corresponding 

Secretary 

ANTHONY ALBERT, JR. 
Treasurer 

KENNETH DeREGO 
President 





CLUB 




J. DONALD BOWEN 
Treasurer 

LEON CEIRPIAL 

Corresponding 
Secretary 

ALEX JOHNSON 
Secretary 

JOHN M. BANDARRA 
Chairman 

WILLIAM GIFFORD 
Vice Chairman 




A.I.E.E. 



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The Engineering Club was or- 
ganized as a means to further 
the knowledge and education 
of engineering students; to 
create a closer relationship 
between its members and in- 
dustry; to obtain a broader 
perspective in engineering; 
and to correlate theory and 
practice. 

An annual Valentine dance is 
sponsored annually by this 
club in conjunction with the 
A. I. E. E., and several dinner 
meetings are held throughout 
the year. At such dinners, 
members are honored to hear 
speeches by many leading en- 
gineers and industrialists. 



The American Institute of 
Electrical Engineers, student 
affiliate, at N. B. I. T. is de- 
signed to broaden the stud- 
ents' acquaintance with the 
field of engineering outside 
the classroom. It encourages 
student independent func- 
tions, and provides a means of 
recognition for their develop- 
ment of new technical ideas. 
The Student Branch is open 
to all students, but only those 
enrolled in the Elec. Eng. 
Course may gain national 
membership. Social activities 
usually include field trips, film 
showings, a Valentine Dance, 
and the annual student night 
at the Prov. Section of the A. 
I. E. E. 



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The Newman Club, an affiliate 
of the National Federation of 
Newman Clubs, is an organi- 
zation formed to promote 
Catholic Action on the college 
level. The goal of this organi- 
zation is to guide Catholic Stu- 
dents in developing their faith 
and to provide a balanced pro- 
gram of spiritual, educational, 
and social activity. This year 
the club sponsored a series of 
lectures on Catholic Doctrine, 
a post-Lenten dance, two Com- 
munion Breakfasts, and the 
regular monthly observance 
of First Fridays. 



NEWMAN 
CLUB 




JOSEPH CORREIRO 
Treasurer 

MAUREEN KENNEDY 
Secretary 

RICHARD BILLOTTI 
President 

ANTHONY ARRUDA 
Vice President 




The aim of the Protestant Fel- 
lowship is to bring about 
Christian fellowship through 
worship recreation, cultural 
achievement, and social activ- 
ities. 

The Fellowship has, this year, 
attended a few churches in the 
area to observe different ser- 
vices. Discussions of various 
phases of modern cultures and 
their relation to Christian at- 
titudes have been held at 
group meetings. The Rev. 
Gene Landry of South Bap- 
tist Church and Seaman's 
Bethel is the spiritual advisor 
of the Fellowship. 




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FELLOWSHIP 




LOUIS SKINNER 
President 



JOYCE DIXON 
Secretary 

LEROY MOSHER 
Vice President 



STEPHEN SWIFT 
Treasurer 

ROBERT ROBINSON 

Corresponding 

Secretary 

RICHARD ORMEROD 
President 

MARY-LOUISE SILVA 
Vice President 

MARGARET MENDOZA 
Secretary 




A.A.T.€.C. 




SIMMONS CORREIA 
Vice President 

IVAN SYLVIA 
President 

MAUREEN KENNEDY 
Treasurer 

ROBERTA MAROIS 
Secretary 




A.A.T.T. 



The student unit of the Amer- 
ican Association of Textile 
Chemists and Colorists is part 
of a national organization 
whose student membership is 
open to those preparing for a 
career in some phase of tex- 
tile chemistry. During the 
year the club holds regular 
meetings, and also participates 
in activities of the regional 
section of its parent organiza- 
tion. Its main purpose is to 
establish closer ties between 
the student textile chemist 
and the field he will someday 
enter. 



The object of the student 
branch of the American Asso- 
ciation of Textile Technology 
is to encourage the advance- 
ment of textile technology in 
all its branches on the college 
level. The club promotes an 
interchange of professional 
knowledge between the textile 
student and men in the indus- 
try which cannot be found in 
the classroom. 

Despite the long history of 
textiles at N. B. I. T., this club 
was not established until 1957 
and affiliation was granted 
early this year. 



The Circle K club is an inter- 
national service organization 
sponsored by The Kiwanis In- 
ternational. The aims of the 
club are: to develop leader- 
ship and confidence, and to 
encourage young men to serve 
their college and their com- 
munity. Those who serve in 
the Circle K derive a deep 
satisfaction from their 
achievements, and, thus, per- 
haps receive the greatest ben- 
efit of their own good works. 
This year the Circle K donat- 
ed its services by sponsor- 
ing many notable events such 
as: Parents' Night, the origin- 
ation of an Athletic Scholar- 
ship, maintaining of mail ser- 
vice to the students, and many 
othe r beneficial aids. Such 
worthwhile achievements have 
caused the Circle K to rank 
highly in the eyes of the stu- 
dents and the administration. 



The N. B. I. T. Demolay Club 
is an organization whose pur- 
pose is to maintain the frater- 
nal spirit of Demolay through- 
out the college life of its mem- 
bers. Their aim is to bring 
into one circle of friendship 
all Demolays in our school, 
and, by mutual cooperation 
and support, to strengthen 
each member in the applica- 
tion of its ideals to every phase 
of student life. The club also 
strives to further the interests 
and publication of N. B. I. T., 
as well as its own group and 
the actual Order of Demolay. 



CIRCLE 




WILLIAM MOORE 
Treasurer 

GERALD LARIVIERE 
Secretary 

DANIEL LOUREIRO 
Vice President 

RICHARD THATCHER 
President 




DEMOLAY 
CLUB 




ROBERT ROBINSON 

LOUIS SKINNER 

GORDON HELME 

WILLIAM ROSS 

JOHN BLENKIRON 

CRAIG PROCTOR 

ROBERT BENDIKSON 






The Camera Club of N. B. I. T. 
is an organization serving all 
those interested in photogra- 
phy, and serves to encourage 
other students to adopt this as 
a hobby which can be both re- 
creational and practical. 

The Photo Contest of 1959 
saw a great increase in both 
the number and quality of 
photographs entered. This con- 
test becomes increasingly pop- 
ular due to the untiring ef- 
forts of its members who are, 
for the most part, photograph- 
ers for the school newspaper 
and yearbook. The adminis- 
tration has come to rely on 
these men for school cata- 
logues, brochures, and most 
local and national publicity. 



The Inter-Fraternity Council 
consists of twelve appointed 
members, including official 
delegates from each fraternity 
and sorority at N. B. I. T. This 
group meets monthly for the 
purpose of guiding and fur- 
thering the cooperation be- 
tween fraternal groups. The 
I. F. C. exemplifies the fact 
that unity is essential to all 
fraternal power. 

This year the Council held its 
first I. F. C. weekend which 
was a great success. The pop- 
ularity of the festivities indi- 
cates that it will become an 
annual event in the future. 



CAMERA 
CLUB 




LEON CIERPIAL 
Treasurer 

ALFRED DEPTULA 
Secretary 

DAVID HEAP 
Vice President 

RUSSELL ASHWORTt 
President 





JENNY BOTSEAS 
Vice President 

PETER INGLESE 
President 

JUNE BROWNELL 

Secretary- 
Treasurer 




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Christmas & Vacation Clubs-Real Estate Loans-Savings Bank Life Insurance 

New Bedford Institution for Savings 

174 UNION STREET 
Four Branches For Your Convenience 



Telephone WYman 2-5318 

C F. CUSHING & SON 

Leather Goods and Luggage 
586 PLEASANT STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

JOHANSEN'S 

PLEASANT STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



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M. J. SOARES 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

297 Dartmouth Street New Bedford, Mass. 

Tel. WY 2-2025 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

TOWNE SHOPPE 

1158 PURCHASE STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

VANDER ELECTRIC CO., INC. 

187 North Second Street Corner of North 

PLENTY OF FREE PARKING — ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 

HOTPOINT APPLIANCES — HOME LIGHTING FIXTURES 

WY 3-6383 

You Are Invited To Open A Charge Account 

QUALITY FASHIONS 

W T IV (t ' S GIFTS - SPORT GOODS 

HOME FURNISHINGS 

"Quality is put into it before WING'S name is put on it" 

JONATHAN HANDY CO., INC. 

your local distributor 
IRON STEEL — AIRCO OXYGEN — ACETYLENE 
WELDING & INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES 
38 Bethel Street New Bedford, Mass. 

AMERICAN MOISTENING COMPANY 

Home Office and Plant — Cleveland, N. C. 
Branches — Atlanta, Providence and Toronto 

DIAL WYman 5-7868 

WM. T. KING LUMBER CO. 

Building Materials — Roofing — Millwork — Hardware — Paints — Lumber 
25 Russells Mills Road So. Dartmouth, Mass. 

"King Means Quality" 

STETSON'S SUPER SERVICE 
At the "ATLANTIC" Sign 

Cor. Ashley Blvd. and Sawyer St.— WY 3-1336 New Bedford, Mass. 

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BARBERO'S 

PIZZA PATIO Pizza— Spaghetti 

Dining room, Italian dinners Italian Grinders 

Rt. 6, Fairhaven, Mass. 58 Linden St. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

CARTER'S 

55 William St. & 1103 Acushnet Ave. 
New Bedford, Mass. 

MASON FURNITURE CO., INC. 

New England's Largest Furniture Showrooms 

795 PURCHASE STREET 410 PLYMOUTH AVENUE 

New Bedford, Mass. Fall River, Mass. 

For any evening appointment phone WYman 6-8535 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

DEPOT CAFE 

613 ACUSHNET AVENUE, NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 
COMPLIMENTS OF 

GAUDETTE'S PAVILION 

107 SOUTH MAIN STREET — ACUSHNET, MASS. 

RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER FROM TECH 
SUPPLYING BACHELOR BUNDLES 

HATHAWAY LAUNDRY, INC. 

6 CAMPBELL STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

THE NEST 

Route 6 

PIZZA — RAVIOLI SPAGHETTI 

at the HERRING RUN, Mattapoisett, Mass. 

Telephone SKyline 8-2901 

LAFRANCE JEWELER 

Registered Jeweler— American Gem Society 
763 Purchase Street Phone WYman 3-1137 New Bedford, Mass. 

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Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

KAPPA SIGMA PHI SORORITY 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

FIRST SAFE DEPOSIT NATIONAL BANK 
MACEDO'S PHARMACY 

409 RIVET STREET 

Prescriptions Promptly Filled — Pick-up and Delivery Service 

GENE MACEDO, Registered Pharmacist WYman 4-5577 

Compliments of 

A & P FOOD STORES 

davidow's men's store 

912 PURCHASE STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

TEL. WYman 2-7822 



DAVIDSONS 

"MacGregor Brand" PORK PRODUCTS 

Winning Favor With Our Flavor 

424 SO. SECOND ST. WYman 2-7988 NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



HEMINGWAY BROS. INTERSTATE 

TRUCKING 

Direct Service to New England 
New York — New Jersey — Pennsylvania — Delaware 
j CONNECTING CARRIERS — SOUTH & SOUTHEAST 

438 Dartmouth St., New Bedford, Mass. WYman 6-5671 

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COMPLIMENTS OF 

Jack London-Barney Papkin-John D. Sheehan 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

STEVENSON'S 

NORTH DARTMOUTH, MASS. 



J. C. RHODES & CO. 

Division of Plymouth Cordage Industries, Inc. 

EYELETS 

P. 0. Box 962 New Bedford, Mass. 

NEW BEDFORD RAYON DIVISION 

MOHASCO INDUSTRIES, INC. 

"Manufacturer of Rayon Filament and Rayon Novelty Yarns" 

LUPO'S SEA GRILL & BAR 

ACUSHNET AVENUE 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

ARLAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

NU BETA TAU FRATERNITY 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

DIPPER CAFE 

201 NORTH SECOND STREET 
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Compliments of 

MAYOR and MRS. FRANCIS J. LAWLER 
PEIRCE THE FLORIST 

FLOWERS FOR BETTER LIVING 

Flowers Telegraphed all over the World 

Dial WYman 5-7566 or WYman 2-6564 — Nile Phone WYman 2-6564 

1360 ACUSHNET AVENUE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

"Serving Southern New England and Cape Cod Since 1920" 

COLONIAL 

Restaurant and Store Equipment Co. 

144 Union St., New Bedford — Tel. WYman 3-3828 
287 Pleasant St., Fall River — Tel. OSborne 2-0461 

American Flexible Conduit Company, Inc. 

969 SHAWMUT AVENUE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

THE OUTPOST AND BAMBOO LOUNGE 

NORTH DARTMOUTH, MASS. — Tel. WYman 2-8622 

FINE FOODS AND CHOICE LIQUORS 

Catering to Weddings, Banquets, etc. 

Continuous Entertainment and Dancing 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

RICHARDS MOTORS 

your Dependable PONTIAC - VAUXHALL DEALER 
Middleboro Road, East Freetown — Tel. RO 3-8822 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

JERRY'S FISH & CHIPS 

516 SUMMER STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

MALONSON FLORIST 

3304 ACUSHNET AVENUE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

WYman 2-0675 

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F. S. BRIGHTMAN CO. 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL STATIONERS 

Wrapping Paper — Paper Bags — Twine 

School Office Supplies and Equipment 

498 PLEASANT ST. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

FAIRHAVEN LUMBER CO. 

Building Materials 
8 SPRING ST. WYman 3-2611 FAIRHAVEN, MASS. 

Compliments of 

A FRIEND 
R. B. YOUNG 

TED'S HABERDASHERY 

Clothing and Furnishings for Dad and his Lad 
Formats for all Occasions 

1765 ACUSHNET AVE. WYman 2-9451 

ATLAS COLOR & CHEMICAL CO., INC. 

60 K Street, King Terminal, South Boston 27, Mass. 

DYESTUFFS CHEMICALS 

TEXTILE SPECIALTIES 



ALBION B. STONE 

JEWELER 
160 UNION STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

ORCHID ROOM 

DINE and DANCE 
244 DARTMOUTH STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

Compliments of 

GAUGHAN & HENDRICKS 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

375 Rockdale Avenue WYman 3-8053 New Bedford, Mass. 



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CONGRATULATION 

Cameron .I.E. Durunt, MD Robert E. Durant, DDS 

609 Countv St. 3 Orchard St. 

WYman 6-971-1 WYman 4-3511 

New Bedford. Mass. 



POP SMITH SPORT STORE 

jMacGrejjor -- Goldsmith 



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I WOrld's finest athletic equipment 

j 1875 Acushnet Avenue WYman 2-0380 

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Compliments of 

POYANT'S CIDER MILL 

320 NORTH MAIN STREET, ACUSHNET 
Prop. Ben Povant WYman 4-5941 Prop. Dave Trindade 

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! O'BRIEN PRODUCTS, INC. 

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550 WEST 23RD STREET NEW YORK 11, NEW YORK 

CHelsea 2-1623 

EUREKA PRINTING CO. 

791 Paulison Avenue 
Clifton, New Jersey 

DEFIANCE BLEACHERY 



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fine finishers of fine fabric 
BARROWSY1LLE, MASS. 



j BENSON MOTORS CO. 

J 381 Mill Street New Bedford, Mass. 

j MERCURY, LINCOLN and ENGLISH FORD 

I SALES AND SERVICE 

CONVERSE PHOTO SUPPLY 

Finest in Photo Supplies 

10 - 12 North 6th Street New Bedford, Mass. 

! WYman 2-3910 

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BROOKLAWN MOTORS 

For Those Who Care — Fine Selection of Quality Cars. 
1868 ACUSHNET AVENUE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

SEGUIN-CARON, INC. 
Electrical Contractors 

944 County Street, New Bedford, Mass. — Tel. WY 2-0560 
Compliments of 

GLENNON ROOFING COMPANY 

WYman 8-5551 
39 LINDEN STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

COLLATERAL LOAN CO. 

Headquarters for Slide Rules and Engineering Supplies 
149 UNION STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

Tel. WYman 2-3136 

SCHMIDT MANUFACTURING CO. 

Textile Loom and Weaveroom Equipment 

280-292 North Street, P. 0. Box 560 New Bedford, Mass. 

WYman 4-9634 — 4-9635 

STANLEY OIL COMPANY, INC. 

480 MT. PLEASANT STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

LOUGHLIN CHEVROLET 

545-569 MILL STREET 
NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

FRESHMAN CLASS 



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JANSON MEN'S SHOP 

259 UNION STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

DELTA KAPPA PHI 



DOC KENNEDY'S TAVERN 

510 SUMMER STREET 

Why Not Visit The Place You've Heard So Much About 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

A. I. E. E. Student Affiliate Branch 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

NEW BEDFORD TEXTILE COMPANY 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

RYAN & SCULLY 

380 SAWYER STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

KAPLAN FURNITURE STORES 

1182 Acushnet Avenue — 99 Rockdale Avenue — 1020 So. Water Street 

New Bedford, Mass. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

LEMIEUX PLUMBING & HEATING, INC. 

2283 ACUSHNET AVENUE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

WYman 2-9447 

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CARON'S SERVICE STATION j 

Gulf Gas — Oils — Tires — Batteries — Accessories 
41 TARKILN HILL ROAD NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

WYman 3-0210 

CORREIA & SONS 

Television — Furniture — Fancy Meats — Groceries 
92-104 ALLEN STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

Tel. WYman 7-9354—7-9355 

THE ACONN PRESS 

141 HOLLY STREET (Rear) NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



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NEW BEDFORD 
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Department Store 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

NATIONAL AUTOMATIC SALES, INC. 

Candy — Cigarettes — Coffee and Milk Vending Machines 
741 KEMPTON STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



FRIENDS 



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WHITES FAMILY DINING ROOM 

Weddings — Banquets — Parties — Showers 

4 spacious private rooms 

For Reservations Telephone OS 5-7185 North Westport, Mass. 



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LONG POND LODGE, INC. 

Fine Liquors — Fine Foods and Pizza Pies 
Route 140, County St. Lakeville, Mass. 

Tel. ROckwell 3-8891 

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I BETTENCOURT PHARMACY 

Prescription Druggist — Abel S. Rebello 

1643 Acushnet Avenue, Corner Hathaway St. New Bedford, Mass. 

FREE DELIVERY — Telephone WYman 2-7705 

HELFAND DAIRY PRODUCTS 

220 RUSSELLS MILLS ROAD 
SOUTH DARTMOUTH, MASS. 

Complete Line of Dairy Products 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

ELM MOTORS 

"YOUR RAMBLER DEALER" 
216 Cottage St. Tel. WY 5-7838 New Bedford, Mass. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

New Bedford Joint Board T. W. U. A., AFL-CIO 

888 PURCHASE STREET 

Our Sincere Wishes for a Successful Future 
DICK ALMY — BILL GIFFORD — JIM KNOWLES 

ALMY & CO. INSURANCE AGENCY 

280 UNION STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

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WHITE COTTAGE ICE CREAM, INC. 



293 Cottage St. 



EMILE DALBEC 
187 Tarkiln Hill Road 

CENTRAL PHARMACY 
1833 Acushnet Ave. 

DR. PAUL 0. LaBELLE 
18 No. Sixth St. 

WHALING CITY MARINE CO. 
56 Prospect St. 

KINYON SCHOOL 
688 Pleasant St. 

R. & R. VACUUM CLEANING CO. 
46 Church St. 

REZENDES' CLOVER FARM MARKET 
1657 Acushnet Ave. 

JOHN'S SHOE SERVICE 
1775 Acushnet Ave. 

BUILDING MATERIALS, INC. 
25 Nauset St. 



MAE'S VARIETY 
62 Oak St. 

MELLO'S VARIETY 
282 Allen St. 

PAUL'S BARBER SHOP 
1612 Acushnet Ave. 

MURRAY'S FLOOR COVERING 
1636 Acushnet Ave. 

WOLLISON DRESS SUIT PARLOR 
Olympia Building 

PACIFIC OIL CO. 
897 Kempton St. 

THOMAS W. CROACHER ESTATE 
384 So. Water St. 

MAYFLOWER FURNITURE CO. 
1715-1719 Acushnet Ave. 

GREATER NEW BEDFORD 
MILK DEALERS ASSOC. 

OTIS AND CO. 

First National Bank Building 



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NORLANTIC DIESEL, INC. 
Union Wharf, Fairhaven 

DICK'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 
429 Allen St. 

GEORGE'S FISH & CHIPS 
815 Brock Ave. 

ATTY. JACK LONDON 
Bookstore Building 

DR. HAROLD BURGER 
30 Clinton Place 

BROOKLAWN PHARMACY 
1902 Acushnet Ave. 

WALKER'S COUNTRY HOUSE 
Route 6, Fairhaven 

MR. JOHN B. PATTEN 
137 Chestnut St. 

MR. & MRS. SEABURY COOK 
124 Cottage St. 

ATTY. PAUL McCAWLEY 
Masonic Building 



MR. ROBERT SWAIN 
153 Highland St. 

PEARL DYER 
272 Palmer St. 

PLUMBER'S SUPPLY CO. 
26 So. Water St. 

WEINSTEIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY 
92 Rockdale Ave. 

NEW BEDFORD SIGN CO. 
Edward M. Hurley, Prop. 

SHOWBOAT CAFE 
37 Union St. 

JACK & SON VARIETY 
1668 Acushnet Ave. 

BERNARD G. DAVIS, D.M.D. 
251 Union St. 

WEST END ATLANTIC STATION 
962 Kempton St. 

TINKHAM'S PHARMACY 
County St., Mattapoisett 



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PAT McKENNA SHOP 
262 Union St. 

NEW BEDFORD LUMBER CORP. 
22 Tarkiln Hill Road 

PREFONTAINE TELEVISION SERVICE 
Main St., Fairhaven 

ROMY'S BARBER SHOP 
Sears Court 

SIDNEY'S CLOTHING 
157 Union St. 

FRANK M. MARTIN 
201 Union St. 

LUPO'S SEA GRILL & BAR 
363 Acushnet Ave. 

MORRIS GLASER GLASS CO. 
1265 Purchase St. 

FORD MOTOR SALES CO. 
Purchase St. 

LOUISE FLOWER SHOP 
486 Pleasant St. 



DR. THOMAS H. FLYNN 
319A Union St. 

DR. WILLIAM R. COLLINS 
414 County St. 

BOISSONEAU'S GARAGE 
So. Main St., Acushnet 

BILL'S STAND 
Mill St., Route 6 

ACUSHNET SAW MILL CO. 
54 Mill Road 

AVENUE BEVERAGE 
1120 Acushnet Ave. 

Ruth Atkinson — Art Supplies 
444 Pleasant St. 

SQUARE SERVICE STATION 
M. V. King, Prop. 

HOBBY TOWN 
1501 Acushnet Ave. 

THE PRESCRIPTION CENTER 
1201 Acushnet Ave. 



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DR. JAMES S. MANLEY 
3 19 A Union St. 



ARRUDA PACKAGE STORE 
266 Coggeshall St. 



MANUEL CAMARA, JR. 
General Insurance 



VIC'S SHOE HOSPITAL 
355 Coggeshall St. 



COLONIAL SPA 
504 Pleasant St. 



PICARD'S BAKERY 
299 Ashley Blvd. 



DR. ARTHUR BUCKLEY, M.D. 
319A Union St. 

JOSEPH E. TOMLINSON 
Insurance 



ECONOMY BAKERY 
1695 Acushnet Ave. 

NEW BEDFORD TECH 
SOCCER 



ALUMNI 



JOSEPH L. PARADIS 



FRANCIS H. NELSON 



RICHARD I. DEVINE 
WILLIAM A. KARL 
JOSEPH W. HOUTH 



RUDOLPH C. DICK 



JOHN WADDINGTON 



FRED W. STEELE 



ADRIAN G. GRACA 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1959 



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Fastest Service- 
Finest Quality - 

These can be yours . . . and here is why . . . 



1. MODERN MACHINERY 

Eleven High Speed Automatic Presses — Three 
Linotypes — More than 500 Type Faces — Camera 
and Plate Making Departments — Large and Com- 
plete Bindery. 

2. SKILLED CRAFTSMEN 

Our employees have a total of more than 400 
years experience in the Printing industry. Their 
knowledge and skills have been developed in 
plants where only the best is good enough. 

3. LATEST TECHNIQUES 

We are constantly on the alert for new develop- 
ments in our industry. Although our plant is 
large and modern we are constantly adding new 
machinery and methods. 



You can be sure of complete satisfaction on your next printing order, if you call on 
us to serve you. You will receive prompt personal attention, regardless of the size of 
your order. You will know that delivery will be prompt and that the price will be 
fair. We will be pleased to serve you. 



REYNOLDS DE WALT 

Offset Lithographers & Creative Printers 

WILLIAM & SECOND STREETS <^^> NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



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